Savannah Riverboat Cruises

By Viator, June 2015

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Where South Carolina and Georgia meet, you can find the low and lazy Savannah River. The river is part of the charm and fabric of old Savannah and one of the best ways to explore the city’s lush countryside is by taking a Savannah Riverboat Cruise.

The stately and historic stern-wheel riverboats are triple-deckers, colored in red, white, and blue and seat 400 people as they ply the Savannah River and make their way past the city’s iconic sights like the Talmadge Bridge and Fort Jackson.

As they take in sights on the river banks along the way, passengers learn the history of this marvelous town, and enjoy a variety of nightly entertainment and Savannah’s famous cuisine.  Savannah is known for its food and good times, Southern history, and the river, and when you combine all those elements, you’ve got something truly special.

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